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Industrial Visit Tata International

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Industrial Visit to TATA International Ltd.This seminar was for students to be aware of various management and production process which are carried out at TATA INTERNATIONAL Ltd. Dewas

On 3rd April 2010, the students of Pioneer Institute got the privilege to visit Tata International, Dewas (M.P.). The students discussed the various production stages and company profile. It was driven out of the practical knowledge that they acquainted from the visit. This visit helped them to know the supply chain and quality of original leather.

 Tata International, established in 1962, as the International business gateway of the Tata Group, was a driving force behind the emergence of the Tata name as a global brand. Tata International is now India’s largest exporter of finished leather. Its state-of-the-art manufacturing facility at Dewas (in central India) was the first in the leather industry in Asia to be ISO 9001 and 14001 certified.

The students came to know how Tata International has taken on various value-added roles and have stakes in a cross-section of businesses and also about its major markets in Europe, Africa, SAARC, ASEAN, West Asia and the Far East.

Tata International’s Leather business in Dewas has been awarded an Eco-labeling License by the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) to use the Eco-Mark for its finished leather products and is the first leather manufacturing unit in India to secure the Eco-labeling License. It has also won the Modeurop Award for introducing the latest generation of Leather Fashion Colors & Designs, the Best Exporter Award from the Council of Leather Exports, the TERI Corporate Environment Award, Rajiv Gandhi National Quality Award (Best in all categories), Rajiv Gandhi Environmental Award for Clean Technology and the Madhya Pradesh State Pollution Control Board Award.
Tata international has implemented CSR (Corporate Social Relationship) under which Recruited 750 women through ITI from underprivileged sections of society, provided 2 years training along with stipend and lunch facility, and conveyance facility. Above all, 45 women were sent to China for advance training of 3 months and during recession, it did not fire any employee and deducted the salary. The students also learned the core values of the Company that is Integrity, Understanding, Excellence, Unity, and Responsibility.

 

LIST OF STUDENT WHO ATTENDED THE INDUSTRIAL VISIT ARE

 

MBA III Semester

 MBA II Semester ( Section-A)

Surendra Raghuvanshi

Bimlesh Singh

Priyanka Soni

Richa Jain

Pankaj Ahirwal

Prashant Rai

Meenakshi Bathri

Ruchika Kohli

Sevesh Shardiya

Sushil Tiwari

Shivkumar Khatik

(Section-B)

Aparna Raghuvanshi

Pani Pankaj Pandey

Ashish Sharma

Arpit Tiwari

Neelesh

Prachi Mishra

Amrisha Dubey

Akshay Jain

Rohini Kashyap

Ritesh Verma

Ashutosh Pandey

(Section-C) 

Priyanka Tiwari

Kritika Purwar

Om Prakash

Ravendra Kushwah

Rashmi Singh

Karan Kothari

Dhanya Mohan

Vijay Sharma

Manish Bhondkar

Vinod Yadav

Madhumita Bose

(Section-D) 

Pushpendra Ahirwal

Neha Dixit

Akhilesh

Neha Dubey

 

Gaurav Gupta

 

Anshul Jain

 

Aditi Acharya

 

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